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Press Release: The Next College Sustainable Investment Ta...

  US Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule Will Remove Barriers Making It Easier to Select Investments that Consider Climate Change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors 

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COP26 Underscores the Need for Endowments to Lead on Clim...

World leaders, titans of industry, and grassroots activists in Glasgow, Scotland over the past two weeks for COP26, also known formally as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference: a global effort to create plans to collectively limit global warming in coming years and decades. The goal to this point (per the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement) has been limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels.  But so far commitments and actions, leave that goal in doubt. Many scientists are saying that with the weakened text in the Pact the goal of 1.5 degrees is all but dead - unless these commitments are fulfilled and ambition is ratcheted up quickly.  This underscores the importance of investors in driving...

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Paying Attention to CEO Pay: Are You Overcompensating th...

This post by Sydney Gerbel, Sustainability Intern at IEN, analyzes the relationships between executive compensation, financial performance, and the fiduciary duty of endowment managers using data from As You Sow's "100 Most Overpaid CEOs" report.  

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Unlocking A New Era of Engagement

Rina Lakhlani, Sustainability Intern at IEN in this blog explores popular strategies to advance activism within the sustainable investing space. Rina equally celebrates Engine No. 1 recent success in winning three seats on Exxon Board to advance a long-term strategy on climate risk and impact Exxon’s carbon footprint, and calls on investors to rethink their engagement strategies. 

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Four Things Investors Need to Know about ESG Performance ...

This blog by Siobhan Pender, sustainability Intern at IEN explores the misconceptions around the volatility of ESG funds in retirement plans and the step process to add ESG funds to your retirement plan line-up.

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Why Closing the Racial Equity Gap Requires an Inward Look...

Marie Gray, DEI Intern at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post shares strategies that both investors and firms can use to integrate and increase racial equity in their investment practices.

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Warren Wilson College Leads the Way on Being a Responsibl...

This post by Alice DonnaSelva, Senior Advisor at IEN elaborates on Warren Wilson College's partnership with IEN to adopt a robust climate change strategy that actively promotes racial and gender equity in their businesses. 

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Ufi VocTech Trust “Total Impact” Endowment: A Journey Tow...

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IEN Q&A: Approaching Net Zero Strategies with a Racial J...

Amrita Sareen, Senior Advisor at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post interviews three industry specialists to gain insight on the evolving landscape and potential opportunities of addressing net-zero strategies with a racial equity lens. 

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Higher Education Needs to Start Offering ESG Retirement P...

Advocates and Academics are Driving Universities to Offer Sustainable Retirement Plans; However, Less Than 3% of Schools Offer Them, Plans Now Hold More Than $1 Trillion in 403(b) Assets

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Higher Education Needs to Start Offering ESG Retirement P...

Advocates and Academics are Driving Universities to Offer Sustainable Retirement Plans; However, Less Than 3% of Schools Offer Them, Plans Now Hold More Than $1 Trillion in 403(b) Assets

Read More


IEN Q&A: Approaching Net Zero Strategies with a Racial J...

Amrita Sareen, Senior Advisor at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post interviews three industry specialists to gain insight on the evolving landscape and potential opportunities of addressing net-zero strategies with a racial equity lens. 

Read More


Ufi VocTech Trust “Total Impact” Endowment: A Journey Tow...

Read More


Warren Wilson College Leads the Way on Being a Responsibl...

This post by Alice DonnaSelva, Senior Advisor at IEN elaborates on Warren Wilson College's partnership with IEN to adopt a robust climate change strategy that actively promotes racial and gender equity in their businesses. 

Read More


Why Closing the Racial Equity Gap Requires an Inward Look...

Marie Gray, DEI Intern at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post shares strategies that both investors and firms can use to integrate and increase racial equity in their investment practices.

Read More


Four Things Investors Need to Know about ESG Performance ...

This blog by Siobhan Pender, sustainability Intern at IEN explores the misconceptions around the volatility of ESG funds in retirement plans and the step process to add ESG funds to your retirement plan line-up.

Read More


Unlocking A New Era of Engagement

Rina Lakhlani, Sustainability Intern at IEN in this blog explores popular strategies to advance activism within the sustainable investing space. Rina equally celebrates Engine No. 1 recent success in winning three seats on Exxon Board to advance a long-term strategy on climate risk and impact Exxon’s carbon footprint, and calls on investors to rethink their engagement strategies. 

Read More


Paying Attention to CEO Pay: Are You Overcompensating th...

This post by Sydney Gerbel, Sustainability Intern at IEN, analyzes the relationships between executive compensation, financial performance, and the fiduciary duty of endowment managers using data from As You Sow's "100 Most Overpaid CEOs" report.  

Read More


COP26 Underscores the Need for Endowments to Lead on Clim...

World leaders, titans of industry, and grassroots activists in Glasgow, Scotland over the past two weeks for COP26, also known formally as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference: a global effort to create plans to collectively limit global warming in coming years and decades. The goal to this point (per the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement) has been limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels.  But so far commitments and actions, leave that goal in doubt. Many scientists are saying that with the weakened text in the Pact the goal of 1.5 degrees is all but dead - unless these commitments are fulfilled and ambition is ratcheted up quickly.  This underscores the importance of investors in driving...

Read More


Press Release: The Next College Sustainable Investment Ta...

  US Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule Will Remove Barriers Making It Easier to Select Investments that Consider Climate Change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors 

Read More


COP26 Underscores the Need for Endowments to Lead on Clim...

World leaders, titans of industry, and grassroots activists in Glasgow, Scotland over the past two weeks for COP26, also known formally as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference: a global effort to create plans to collectively limit global warming in coming years and decades. The goal to this point (per the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement) has been limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels.  But so far commitments and actions, leave that goal in doubt. Many scientists are saying that with the weakened text in the Pact the goal of 1.5 degrees is all but dead - unless these commitments are fulfilled and ambition is ratcheted up quickly.  This underscores the importance of investors in driving...

Read More


Four Things Investors Need to Know about ESG Performance ...

This blog by Siobhan Pender, sustainability Intern at IEN explores the misconceptions around the volatility of ESG funds in retirement plans and the step process to add ESG funds to your retirement plan line-up.

Read More


Higher Education Needs to Start Offering ESG Retirement P...

Advocates and Academics are Driving Universities to Offer Sustainable Retirement Plans; However, Less Than 3% of Schools Offer Them, Plans Now Hold More Than $1 Trillion in 403(b) Assets

Read More


IEN Q&A: Approaching Net Zero Strategies with a Racial J...

Amrita Sareen, Senior Advisor at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post interviews three industry specialists to gain insight on the evolving landscape and potential opportunities of addressing net-zero strategies with a racial equity lens. 

Read More


Paying Attention to CEO Pay: Are You Overcompensating th...

This post by Sydney Gerbel, Sustainability Intern at IEN, analyzes the relationships between executive compensation, financial performance, and the fiduciary duty of endowment managers using data from As You Sow's "100 Most Overpaid CEOs" report.  

Read More


Press Release: The Next College Sustainable Investment Ta...

  US Department of Labor’s Proposed Rule Will Remove Barriers Making It Easier to Select Investments that Consider Climate Change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors 

Read More


Ufi VocTech Trust “Total Impact” Endowment: A Journey Tow...

Read More


Unlocking A New Era of Engagement

Rina Lakhlani, Sustainability Intern at IEN in this blog explores popular strategies to advance activism within the sustainable investing space. Rina equally celebrates Engine No. 1 recent success in winning three seats on Exxon Board to advance a long-term strategy on climate risk and impact Exxon’s carbon footprint, and calls on investors to rethink their engagement strategies. 

Read More


Warren Wilson College Leads the Way on Being a Responsibl...

This post by Alice DonnaSelva, Senior Advisor at IEN elaborates on Warren Wilson College's partnership with IEN to adopt a robust climate change strategy that actively promotes racial and gender equity in their businesses. 

Read More


Why Closing the Racial Equity Gap Requires an Inward Look...

Marie Gray, DEI Intern at the Intentional Endowment Network in this post shares strategies that both investors and firms can use to integrate and increase racial equity in their investment practices.

Read More


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